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Rhizomnium punctatum

Rhynchostegium confertum

Rhynchostegium riparioides

Rhytidiadelphus squarrosus

Rhytidiadelphus triquetrus

Flowering Currant - Ribes sanguineum

A splash of pink driving up the access road, in the late spring, was found to be Flowering Currant. a rather strange place for this plant to be growing.

Gooseberry - Ribes uva-crispa

Narrow-fruited Water-cress - Rorippa microphylla

Nastertiium microphylla is now Rorippa microphylla.

Water Cress - Rorippa nasturtium-aquaticum

Nastertium officianale is another species that has undergone a name change!

Marsh Yellowcress - Rorippa palustris

Hairy Dog-rose - Rosa caesia

Dog Rose - Rosa canina

Dog Roses twine through the undergrowth and the flowers, ranging from very light to very dark pink can be seen during June. Rose Hips ripen in September but are not liked by the birds and can often still be found at the end of the winter.

Soft Downy Rose - Rosa mollis

May also be known as Northern Downy Rose

Rose - Rosa rugosa

Wild Madder - Rubia peregrina

Dewberry - Rubus caesius

Blackberry - Rubus fruticosus agg

The white or sometimes pinkish flowers are visited by bees and hoverflies. Blackberries provide food for small mammals and many birds.

Raspberry - Rubus idaeus

The white flowers on the stems of the Raspberry can be seen from May through to August. The red berries ripen during August.

Common Sorrel - Rumex acetosa

Sheep's Sorrel - Rumex acetosella

Clustered Dock - Rumex conglomeratus

Curled Dock - Rumex crispus

Broad-leaved Dock - Rumex obtusifolius

Wood Dock - Rumex sanguineus

Annual Pearlwort - Sagina apetala subsp erecta

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